Sorry if this is in the wrong place.
Due to bordom and my love of DIY I took it upon myself to tint the silver headlamps that used to be fitted to my coupe:
It's very easy to do and will cost you less than £10 (much cheaper than buying the tinted head lamps) and take about 4 hours (most of which is paint drying time.
The outcome looks like this:
1 ) Put your oven on at 100 deg C
2 ) Remove all the fittings from the headlamps -inc the rubber strip from the outside
3 ) Place the headlamp in the oven for 5 mins
4 ) Use a blunt knife and ease the clear lens from the headlamps, undoing the clips as you go
5 ) Use the knife to cut thorugh any of the black sealent so it does not string everywhere, but do not remove the sealent.
6 ) Take the lens off and the silver surround out.
7 ) Use fine wet and dry and sand the silver surround (so the paint sticks to it)
8 ) A coupe of coats of grey primer and 3 coats of satin or gloss black should be enough
Once dry you can reassemble the light
1 ) Place the black surround on to the light (not the lens) there are places for the clips/legs to go.
2 ) Place the lens on the front of the light as far as you can (it won't go back completly as there is sealent in the way.
3 ) Place in the oven as you did to remove the lens
4 ) After 5 mins take it out push the lens on and click in the clips.
Note: when the light comes out of the oven it is hot to touch!
There done......it's very easy, just make sure the sealent does not go any anywhere that it shouldn't.
Sorry I did not take any pics during the process, but if you follow the instructions you'll be fine.